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Alan Naldrett (#48362147)
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Bio Photo Alan Naldrett is a Michigan historian, with a Master's Degree in Archives and also one in Information Science. He is an academic research librarian at Baker College of Auburn Hills and edits the student and the alumni newsletters as well as maintaining their archives. He is a charter member of the Macomb County Historical Commission and a former Vice-Chairperson. He is the Treasurer and past President of the Chesterfield Township Public Library Board of Trustees and has been on the board for over twelve years. He has written a history column for the library newsletter for the last four years. He is also a life member of the Chesterfield Historical Society and is the archivist for Chesterfield Township. He is a Life Member of the New Baltimore Historical Society and was given their Award of Merit for 2013.
Alan Naldrett is the author of the Arcadia books, Images of America: Chesterfield Township, Michigan, and co-author of Images of America: New Baltimore and Images of America: Fraser. He is the author of many local history articles that have been printed on the Macomb County, New Haven, and Patch websites, in the Thumb Print News, The New York Village Voice, The Bay Voice, and others. He writes a monthly history column for the local Beacon NewsMagazine.
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Robert Worden
RE: Edward Mundy
I went to the cemetery today and there is no marker to be found. Please upload any information to the memorial. I like to see bio's of the person. I wish I could have helped more.
Added by Robert Worden on Jun 16, 2016 2:13 PM
Robert Worden
RE: Edward Mundy
I do have records showing who is where, stones in 20s or 30s. I have been thru that cemetery 3 times. I am going thru it again with records for each section. If it is there I will find it lol.
Added by Robert Worden on Jun 15, 2016 4:03 PM
Robert Worden
RE: Edward Munday
Is it spelled Mundy? The records and the DAR reading do not show a stone but one for his wife. I will look for one tomorrow? No gaurntees
Added by Robert Worden on Jun 15, 2016 3:26 PM
Ron Naldrett
RE: Hey!
I've just added a few more excellent photos
Added by Ron Naldrett on Jun 22, 2015 10:21 AM
Ed Chilton
Sorry for this mess
Alan, only you have the authority to delete messages from your page. I have made my points. Delete the duplicates, or the entire lot and start over. I far prefer the text processor for making entries to Wikipedia.

Ed Chilton
Added by Ed Chilton on May 10, 2014 7:19 AM
Ed Chilton
Nice to see you on board
Welcome to this peculiar and fascinating website. When you learn to use its power it will be a nice compliment to your usual resources, both of information and people. Thank you for your publications and other achievemtns wrt to exploring and preserving History.
My interest to-day is James Gillespie Birney III, because I received nice email from someone who does not know of Dave Rogers' Oct. 2011 book titled "Apostles of Equality". Find A Grave has a category of entries reserved for Famous persons. The entry for JGB-3 is not so defined, which would be one of the points of Dave's book. If you and I can alter that case, an advantage is that more photographs can accompany the Entry. Presently they number 5.
My historical link is merely "social". Propinquity and politics - while in Kentucky - made the Birney and Chilton families acquaintances. See the Wikipedia entry for Thomas NMN Chilton. See also his younger brother Ala C.J. William Parish Chiton. --Ed.
Added by Ed Chilton on May 10, 2014 6:29 AM

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